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(slovinsky Slovenia), officially the Republic of Slovenia (slovinsky Republic of Slovenia; pronunciation: [Republic slove ː nija]), the Central European Alpine state. Separate Slovenia was established in 1991 as one of the successor states of Yugoslavia. Slovenia is a member of the OSCE (from 24. 3. 1992),OSN (from 22. 5. 1992), Council of Europe (from 14. 5. 1993), WTO (from 30. 7. 1995), EEA, NATO (from 29. 3. 2004), EU (from 1. 5. 2004), Eurozone (from 1. 1. 2007), European Customs Union and the Schengen area (from 21. 12. 2007) a OECD (from 21. 7. 2010). Its neighbors are Austria, Hungary,Croatia and Italy.

Most of the nearly two million people, Slovenia is Slovinci (83%), followed by Serbs (1,98%) and Croats (1,81%).

In September 1943 the Anti-Fascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia decided to renew the federal Jugosláviena basis. One of the federal units should become even Slovinsko.Za date of origin is considered Slovenia 19. February 1944, when he was in Crnomelj Slovenian Liberation committee is transformed in Slovenia Liberation advice, essentially the first Slovenian parliament.

Declared independence from Yugoslavia in Slovenia 25. June 1991. Based on the Brioni Agreement, the effectiveness of the act declaring independence three months suspended. 2. October 1991 confirmed the joint meeting of all chambers Skupščiny intention to acquire independence immediately, has expired tříměsíčnímoratorium agreed Brijuni deklarací.Moratorium expired 8. October 1991, finally when Slovenia gained its independence from Yugoslavia.

Slovenia is situated in Central Europe, has access to the Mediterranean Sea and a substantial part of its northern border is the Alps, namely mountain ranges Julian Alps, Savinja Alps, Karavanky a Pohorje. Its coast, lying on the Adriatic Sea, extends approximately 47 kilometers from the border with Italy to Croatia. Southwestern part of the country is dominated by krasy, which is registered less than 6,6 thousand, with underwater rivers, gorges and caves, lying between the Mediterranean Sea and Ljubljana. Conversely east and northeast of Slovenia, near the border with Croatia and Hungary, is almost equal. Nevertheless, a substantial part of Slovenian territory hilly to mountainous and about 90 % surface lies above 200 meters above sea level.

In Slovenia, faced four major European geographic regions - the Alps, Dinaric mountains, Pannonian Basin Mediterranean. The highest peak is Triglav the 2864 meters, average altitude is 556,8 metrů.Přestože lies off the coast of the Adriatic Sea, substantial part of Slovenia is located in the Black Sea basin.

Around half of the country (11 861 km ²) covered with forests, making Slovenia, in Finland and Sweden, nejzalesněnějším third state in the European Union. On the Slovenian territory can be found and the remains of forests, particularly in Kočevje. The agricultural area occupies approximately 4 685 km ², of arable land around 1 751 km ², permanent grassland 2 673 km² and the remaining 260 km² permanent crops. Furthermore, located in Slovenia 161 km² vineyards.

In Slovenia, the alpine climate, Continental and středomořské.Většina Slovenia has a continental climate, the average temperature is -2 ° C in January and 21 ° C in July.

Slovenian Alps

The most important mountains of Slovenia are the Alps, which extend to the territory north of the state. On a relatively small area, we find 210 peaks exceeding the threshold 2000 m, 24 one is higher 2500 m. Alp is the highest horouSlovinských Triglav – 2864m, which is also the highest mountain in Slovenia.


Geologically it is highlighted floes folded Triassic limestones and shales at paleozolickém podkladě.Slovinské Alps show numerous traces of the former massive glaciation.

Slovenian Alpine system can be divided into four basic groups of mountain – lowest Pohorje (Black top – 1543m) aKozjak (Košenjak – 1522m), on the border with Austria elongated, more than 120 km long ridge Karawanken (Table – 2236m). Furthermore, this small but high-Savinja and Kamnik Alps (Grintovec – 2558m) and the highest mountains of the Julian Alps, Slovenia (Triglav – 2864m). To the east, passes Alpine system in the Pannonian plain, the south begins without a clear boundary Dinaric mountain system.


The largest and longest Slovenian river Sava is. Originates at the confluence of the Sava Bohinjka and Sava Dolinky, springing in the Julian Alps. Flows across the whole territory of the state from north to southeast. Another important river is the SOCAN west Slovenian Alps. The sources also in the Julian Alps near the mountains Jalovec. Soca has very clean water. Slovenia has a large number of lakes of glacial origin, but which are rather smaller. Were found in the Alps 19. The largest is Lake Bohinj (3,5 km ²) and Lake Bled (1,5 km ²).

Climate and seismic activity

Na většině Slovinského území převládá kontinentální podnebí s velkými teplotními rozdíly. (červenec 23°C, leden-1 °C). Northern part of Slovenia dominates mountain climate with short summers and long winters. Důležitým alpským větrem je “hairdryer”, který zvyšuje teplotu v horách. Julian Alps are a mountain range in the rainiest throughout the Alpine arc. Nejvíce seismických otřesů je zaznamenáno v alpské oblasti (17% seimických of all movements in the country).

Flora Fauna

Ibex (Ibex Capra ibex)


Triglav National Park


Vzhledem ke značné členitosti terénu se uplatňuje výšková pásmovitost. Nížiny v povodí Sávy a Drávy zaujímá do výše 200 m n. m. steppe zone. It is an agricultural land area. Najdeme zde však i lužní lesy typickým porotem dubu a buku. At around 1000 m n. m. already dominated by beeches only, které střídají ve vyšších polohách jehličnany. Čistě jehličnaté lesy najdeme ve výši nad 1700 m n. m. The richest areas with the occurrence of many endemic species is the Triglav National Park (blue gentian, Julian poppy, bell Zoissův and more). At higher altitudes, Slovenian Alps stretches alpine and subalpine zone with rich vegetation kneeling, jalovcea rhododendron. In the mountains and piedmont forests are abundant stocks of red deer and wild boar. In the rocky parts of the mountains is a common ibex and chamois.


Slovenian Alps is found only one territory Statue National Park. It is the Triglav National Park. Its area is flat between the largest protected area in the Alps. Includes space with height 180 – 2800 m (Tolminska Korita - 180 m, Triglav – 2864m), two-thirds of the park are above the tree. The main objective of protection is to preserve nature intact velehorského whole and native vegetation and fauna. Park was declared in r. 1961 and at first only an area 2000 has. 27.5. 1981 the area was extended to today 83 807 has (4% the whole territory of Slovenia). National Park Administration in Bled. Statute natural park is in the Slovenian Alps declared area Logarska dolina.

History of tourism


Julia Socha Kugy

Planinarstvo means in Slovene mountaineering and it has a long and rich history. In 1893zde was founded the first Alpine club and in 1895 began for all fans of the mountains, the magazine Planinski Vestnik. First huts are built in the Slovenian Alps since 1894. The first cottage based Bohemia, byla Czech Republic hut at levels. This stylish building located in the Savinja Alps beneath the mountain Jezerska Kočna, built SPD members of the Prague section (Slovinsko planinarsko družstvo) headed by Bohuslav Franta and Karel Chodounsky. In those years began to build the first tour guides and maps. A distinct personality between Slovenian climber was Julius Kugy, which entered the history of Slovenian Alps many first ascents and his love for this region. In 1949 was opened first long-distance trekking route in the Alps-Slovakia Planinarski pot, Measuring up 800 km and connecting Maribor and seaside seat Ankaran. It currently has around SPD 90 000 Members (roughly every 20. Slovenian).